- First book to demonstrate eurythmy using photographs
- Includes descriptions and illustrations of all the core gestures
- Gives guidance to patients and practitioners doing eurythmy at home
Describes and illustrates through photographs the core speech-sound exercises of eurythmy, to help people practise eurythmy at home.
Discover the art of eurythmy with this richly illustrated step-by-step guide.
Eurythmy is a compelling method of bringing balance and harmony to our body, soul and spirit through a series of rhythmic body movements. For the first time, this unique book captures these gestures visually through dynamic photographs, which clearly demonstrate the core movements.
It has long been recognised that we can direct powerful physical and mental changes within ourselves through specific movements of our bodies, as stated by advocates of yoga and tai chi.
The authors of this original book are experienced eurythmists, who describe and illustrate the core speech-sound exercises: vowel exercises, consonant exercises and soul exercises, which include love, hope and sympathy.
This book is not a replacement for a qualified eurythmy therapist, but is intended as guidance and orientation for patients practising on their own, perhaps after a few initial sessions with a therapist, or for more experienced eurythmists.
Barbara Tapfer was born in 1977 in the South Tyrol in Northern Italy. She studied eurythmy at Dornach, The Hague and Järna, and now runs a private eurythmy practice.
Professor Annette Weisskircher was born in 1955 in Bonn and studied eurythmy and eurythmy therapy. She has worked for many years in private practice. She created the first eurythmy master's program at Alanus University.